Open Science Research Excellence

ICADAV 2021 : International Conference on Autonomous Driving and Autonomous Vehicles

New York, USA
June 3 - 4, 2021

Call for Papers

ICADAV 2021 : International Conference on Autonomous Driving and Autonomous Vehicles is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Autonomous Driving and Autonomous Vehicles. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Autonomous vehicles
  • Control of autonomous vehicles
  • Autonomous driving and driver assistance systems
  • Autonomous vehicles and autonomous driving
  • Connected and intelligent vehicle applications and cloud-based services
  • Machine learning for autonomous vehicles
  • Vision, lidar and radar perception
  • Sensor calibration-multimodal sensor fusion
  • Perception in challenging conditions
  • Scene understanding
  • Software architectures for autonomous vehicles
  • Special sensors for autonomous navigation
  • Driver-vehicle interaction and assisted driving
  • Navigation, motion planning and maneuvering
  • Vehicle dynamics and control
  • Outdoors SLAM and Visual Odometry
  • Heads up Display for Vehicle to Driver Communication
  • Augmented Reality in DAS-V2V and V2I communications
  • Machine learning systems, algorithms, and AI in connected and autonomous vehicles
  • Connected digital and life experiences in the vehicle
  • Cyber-physical systems and technologies, including IoT and embedded systems
  • Contextual and personalized recommendation engines
  • Privacy and security issues for connected and autonomous driving
  • Legal issues and government perspectives
  • Frameworks, scalable platform, and architectures for connected and autonomous driving
  • Social implications and community experiences
  • New computing paradigms, including edge computing
  • New business models and ecosystems